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The Immortal Thor #10

78
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 8 critic ratings.

THOR MUST DIE!

The son of Odin faced three of his greatest foes in battle – with the fog of magic closing around him.

Yet even if he won, he lost… for Thor fought not for his life – but for his death.

This is the story of the Immortal Thor… and the Minotaur’s final triumph.

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CWPNG7HN

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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    This comic never ceases to impress and amaze in each of its installments, each chapter is a brilliant twist in this story that mixes Norse mythology with relevant current realities.

  • 95

    Comic Book Revolution

    Reading an issue of The Immortal Thor and you can’t help but get immersed in the world that Al Ewing and Carlos Magno create. That is once again the case with The Immortal Thor #10. Ewing nails making sure the story progress in the Thor vs Enchantress and Minotaur is always the top priority. That progress is accomplished through dialogue that always feels important while making sure the action still shines. Magno absolutely makes sure the action shines as the power Thor and his Roxxon counterpart radiates off every panel. It all comes together to remind the reader this is one of the best comic books being published monthly.

  • 90

    AIPT

    Fans who grew up with comics will adore the commentary Al Ewing is bringing to The Immortal Thor. This series has felt elevated as it takes a meta approach to Thor exploring his past, developing new lore, and making commentary on comics in general. The Immortal Thor is clever, brilliantly mind-bending, and everything a longtime superhero fan should read.

  • 90

    ComicBook.com

    The Immortal Thor #10 is a sizzling follow-up to Roxxon Presents: Thor #1 that carries over much of its biting, satirical tone (even addressing moments where that issue may have pushed the parody too far). The change in art style in this issue from the last is jarring, but it suits the issue’s events, darker as Thor falls into the trap, and shadowy as Amora alters reality around her. Ultimately, the issue takes a surprising turn toward the end that’ll have readers guessing, but putting the issue down fulfilled.

  • 90

    First Comics News

    No review.

  • 90

    Nerd Initiative

    The Immortal Thor continues to be well written, beautifully designed book. Al Ewing has crafted an amazing story, commenting on modern social issues in a different and unique way. It’s almost surprising that the publisher he works for allows him to go as far as he does. Ewing is commenting heavily on the greedy, capitalistic society that rules the social world. Corporations will do anything, no matter how silly or embarrassing, to get your attention and keep it for the purpose of selling you something. Ewing isn’t necessarily reinventing the wheel here, but he’s definitely found a way to streamline it!

  • 76

    Comic Watch

    The Immortal Thor #10 is an ambitious and twisty issue that unfortunately never quite lives up to its cover.

  • 75

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    The Immortal Thor #10 concludes the fight between Thor and the trio of villains of The Minotaur, Enchantress, and the Executioner. While we get another new artist, they manage to bring some epic energy to the battle between Thor and the faux Roxxon Thor. It’s also great to see Enchantress and Executioner take charge and do away with the Minotaur, but who’s to say if this is truly his final death or a decoy of some kind. Time will tell where this story takes the God of Thunder in the upcoming issues.

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